My name is Sydell Waxman (nee Zamikoff), a children's book author (www.sydellwaxman.com) and I'm wondering if you went to
Pelmo Park Public School for grade six. You may have been in my class and I'd be delighted to know how you are doing. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Dorita, if you were able to get on site, then your password must be working. Pls. go into your settings and click to change your email to a new address. If you've already done that, please let me know and I'll talk you through it via PM. :)
Re the bank account instead of a horse -- saw a bumper sticker that read "My horse ate my paycheque"! I can relate. I too have a (small) bank account now instead of a horse, though the rescue cats are close to wiping out my income too.
But I do peruse the websites featuring Canadian horses for sale (I keep looking for the most likely dressage prospect among them, even though I know I can't buy) and spend much time fantasizing...Meanwhile the Morgan and I do our best, and I hope to take him to a dressage schooling show next year.
Hey Dorita, I like your new name but I think I will still think of you as Kozak, hope that is okay? Are you judging the Nov show at RCRA? Are you interesting in doing some
shows for us next season? Keep Well
Oh, I dunno. Lorraine DanielovitchhyphenMacdonald has a certain, uh, ring to it! We have come far in terms of tolerance. Anyway, I don't use the hyphen: it's too hoity toity. But I like names that carry something forward from the past, the way men sometimes are called by their mothers' maiden names: Taylor Caldwell, Hunter Thompson, etc. Cool.
I need a picture for my page. The only one I have on file is of Odin, and you know that story already. Happy riding! D.
Ms. Peer-Kozak, I was formerly "Daniels". My father changed his name from Danielovitch--yes pure Ukrainian. In the 30's amd 40's foreigners had a hard time getting jobs so many changed their names --I should have been Lorraine Danielovitch-MacDonald. What do you think? L